In The Spotlight

Adée – “Wasted On You”

This Swedish songstress and producer always had music in her blood. She started playing classical flute aged 9, but she was drawn to different styles. At 15 she started to concentrate on singing and discovered her unique vocal talents. She developed a soul, hip hop and pop blend, which lead to the release of her debut EP “One Step Closer” in 2013 and her debut album “Addicted” in 2016.

Although her usual sound is closer to soul and hip hop, her latest single is covered in triumphantly anthemic pop tones. Singing about unrequited love, her intense and powerful vocals have a heart-wrenching quality. With a dramatic, cinematic feel and creative, multi-layered production, it’s an enchanted piece of pop genius which visits every emotional corner of its musical soundscape.

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Music History

Ray Parker Jr. – “Girls Are More Fun”

From his album “Sex And The Single Man” (1985):

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New Music

The Bamboos – “Lit Up”

From their upcoming album “Night Time People”, to be released on 8 June 2018:

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